Screening Rachel Mason (Matthew Spiegelman), L.A. Raeven, Juliana Snapper

Petros Rozenstraat

By choosing the cold as theme of his contribution Petros Panagiotis Orfanos almost reacts in a complete “Cardenasian” way to the to the exhibition “Cardena Warming Up”. The by Panagiotis Orfanos selected video’s of Rachel Mason (Matthew Spiegelman), L.A. Raeven and Juliana Snapper all have cold as starting point and they will be on view in the projects space at Rozenstraat – a rose is a rose is a rose between July 19-30th.


Selected works:

Rachel Mason (Matthew Spiegelman), “Tigers in the Dark” (video, 4:11, 2016)

L.A. Raeven, “Loves Knows Many Faces”, (video, 65 min, 2005)

Juliana Snapper, “Bouche à l’eau Redux”,  (video, 4;58 min, 2007-2017)


Rachel Mason is an artist musician and a film maker. Her work was part of exhibitions in museums like LACMA, Los Angeles; Detroit Museum of Art; Kunsthalle Zurich; Chicago Art Institute; New Museum, New York; Queens Museum, New York and the Sculpture Center, Hessel Museum of Art at Bard college, Annandale-On-Hudson.


Matthew Spiegelman produces photographs, video, and sculpture. His work was recently on view at Hannah Hoffman Gallery; Marc Foxx (both in Los Angeles); David Zwirner and Andrew Kreps (both in New York) among others and he received commissions from major magazines as *Wallpaper and Vogue.


Juliana Snapper is a contemporary opera singer and performance artist. Her work was on view at institutions as PS1/MoMA, New York; the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; Redcat, and the Broad both in Los Angeles.


L.A. Raeven is an artist duo consisting of twins Liesbeth and Angelique Raeven. Their work was part of exhibitions in major institutions as GEM, The Hague; Kunstraum Lakeside, Klagenfurt, Mu.ZEE, Oostende, MMK Arnhem, Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrado; Forum d´Art Contemporain/Casino Luxemburg; FRAC Dunkirk; Museum Ludwig, Budapest and the Fries Museum, Leeuwarden.


Petros Panagiotis Orfanos (b. 1991) is an art practitioner based in Amsterdam. Currently, he is occupied with the construction of performance registrations platforms: contexts which stage combinations of live art documentation.


Image: Juliana Snapper, “Bouche à l’eau Redux”, (video, 4;58 min, 2007-2017)